FastLane’s open wheel, Formula-style track experience will have you behind the wheel of a Formula race for a private test day paired with an expert coach and support team.
Our sports racer Radical Prototypes provide you with an exhilarating experience in an easy to drive platform.
You’ll start with an SR1 and graduate to the more powerful SR3 or SR10. After you’ve demonstrated competency, you can take one of our Indy Lights for a spin – starting with a first generation, 400+HP Lola and then a Dallara that has had multiple podium finishes. We also have Formula 3 and 4 cars available as well.
Existing track experience is preferred but is not a hard requirement as our Formula style track experience is closely monitored by professional IndyCar and championship Formula drivers. Pricing starts at $5k per day. Contact us to set up your Formula style track day and learn what it truly means to go fast.
The SR3 is the most popular offering in Radical’s racecar lineup, with nearly 1000 examples delivered to customers worldwide. Designed to be fast and agile in the hands of both seasoned pros as well as novices, the SR3 offers incredible traction, light weight, and a wide range of adjustability to suit the driver’s requirements. Since its introduction in 2002, the SR3 has proven itself to be very competitive within multi-marque championships around the world, with a multitude of class wins to its credit. With its two seater configuration and advanced data logging capabilities, it is also an ideal design for driver coaching and instruction.
0 to 60 mph: 3.1 sec (3.3 sec 1340cc)Top speed: 147 mph (141 mph 1340cc)Power@flywheel: 226 bhp (195 bhp 1340cc)Weight: 615 kg (1355lbs)Power:weight: 371 bhp/tonneLateral force: 2.3 gTransmission: Six-speed sequential gearbox Formula 1TM ‘style’ paddle-activated gearshift system with auto-blipperChassis: Two seater & single seat options
Summary: 0 to 60 mph 3.1sec with a Top Speed 147mphTechnical Data: 3.1 sec (3.3 sec 1340cc)Top speed: 147 mph (141 mph 1340cc)Power@flywheel: 226 bhp (195 bhp 1340cc)Weight: 615 kg (1355lbs)Power:weight: 371 bhp/tonneLateral force: 2.3 gTransmission: Six-speed sequential gearbox Formula 1TM ‘style’ paddle-activated gearshift system with auto-blipperChassis: Two seater & single seat options
The original Indy Lights series was formed as an open-wheeled racing series that acted as a developmental circuit for CART from 1986 to 2001. It was founded in 1986 as the American Racing Series (ARS). The series was renamed Indy Lights in 1991. The CART-sanctioned series became widely popular and secured the title sponsorship of Firestone. Later, Firestone’s subsidiary Dayton Tires took over as tire supplier and title sponsor. A spec-series, CART Indy Lights used March chassis (essentially a modified 85B Formula 3000 chassis, renamed to Wildcat) from 1986 to 1992. In 1992 Lola became primary chassis constructor to the series, using a modified F3000 chassis. In 1997, a newly updated and modern looking chassis was introduced, also based on an F3000 design. It would remain through 2001. Buick V6 engines were used for its entire existence.
The Infiniti Pro Series was re-founded by the Indy Racing League and began racing in 2002, the year after the CART-sanctioned Indy Lights series’ demise. It was a spec series using a TWR (Tom Walkinshaw Racing) developed 3.5L version of the V8 engine used in the Infiniti Q45 combined with Dallara chassis producing 420 horsepower (310 kW). The series initially struggled to attract drivers and some races have had fewer than 10 entrants. However, with the introduction of a number of road-course races to the schedule in 2005, many of America’s top prospects like Marco Andretti and Phil Giebler were attracted to the series to run part-time schedules on road courses. In 2006, a boost in prize money even further increased car counts to 16 or more, with an even six oval and six road course mix. The selected races being double races, and a stand-alone race (independent of the IndyCar Series) were scheduled on the USGP weekend.